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trog

(trɒɡ)
vb, trogs, trogging or trogged
informal (often foll by: along) Brit to walk, esp aimlessly or heavily; stroll
[C20: perhaps a blend of trudge and slog]

trog

(trɒg)
n.
Chiefly Brit. Slang. a hooligan; lout.
[1955–60; short for troglodyte]

trog


Past participle: trogged
Gerund: trogging

Imperative
trog
trog
Present
I trog
you trog
he/she/it trogs
we trog
you trog
they trog
Preterite
I trogged
you trogged
he/she/it trogged
we trogged
you trogged
they trogged
Present Continuous
I am trogging
you are trogging
he/she/it is trogging
we are trogging
you are trogging
they are trogging
Present Perfect
I have trogged
you have trogged
he/she/it has trogged
we have trogged
you have trogged
they have trogged
Past Continuous
I was trogging
you were trogging
he/she/it was trogging
we were trogging
you were trogging
they were trogging
Past Perfect
I had trogged
you had trogged
he/she/it had trogged
we had trogged
you had trogged
they had trogged
Future
I will trog
you will trog
he/she/it will trog
we will trog
you will trog
they will trog
Future Perfect
I will have trogged
you will have trogged
he/she/it will have trogged
we will have trogged
you will have trogged
they will have trogged
Future Continuous
I will be trogging
you will be trogging
he/she/it will be trogging
we will be trogging
you will be trogging
they will be trogging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been trogging
you have been trogging
he/she/it has been trogging
we have been trogging
you have been trogging
they have been trogging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been trogging
you will have been trogging
he/she/it will have been trogging
we will have been trogging
you will have been trogging
they will have been trogging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been trogging
you had been trogging
he/she/it had been trogging
we had been trogging
you had been trogging
they had been trogging
Conditional
I would trog
you would trog
he/she/it would trog
we would trog
you would trog
they would trog
Past Conditional
I would have trogged
you would have trogged
he/she/it would have trogged
we would have trogged
you would have trogged
they would have trogged
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The Test de Comprension de Estructuras Gramaticales (CEG; Mendoza, Carballo, Munoz, & Fresneda, 2005) is an adaptation of the TROG, on which the child points to the picture that matches an oral sentence (RI = .
CROWDED TO ENJOY Cave Tour n n Less Same More n No Focus on Mammoth 14 2 50% 50% 0% 2 100% Frozen Niagara 118 149 7% 66% 27% 154 82% Great Onyx Lantern 38 30 13% 80% 7% 32 100% Historic 120 137 7% 59% 34% 144 76% Introduction to Caving 20 15 0% 100% 0% 15 93% Ranger-led Discovery 40 56 20% 68% 13% 59 92% River Styx 60 36 6% 75% 19% 34 91% Self-Guided Discovery No limit 21 24% 76% 0% 24 96% Star Chamber 40 14 14% 79% 7% 14 100% Travertine 39 40 18% 80% 3% 42 98% Trog 12 11 9% 91% 0% 11 100% Violet City Lantern 38 29 3% 86% 10% 32 94% TOTAL 45 14.
There were statistically significant correlations for the WOLD z score (Wechsler, 1996) at age 16 and all the predictor variables apart from the TROG (Bishop, 1983).
And mightn't Trog be as good as it gets as a name for an ogre?
I spent the best part of five years living and looking like a trog," admits Hannah, saying she spent so much time styling celebrities that she neglected herself.
Nine blocks of the syntactic items in the Swedish version of TROG were used (Blocks 8, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, and 20).
The gap was filled by new artists, beginning with Ralph Steadman (May 1962), followed soon after by Michael Heath, Trog (Wally Fawkes) and Timothy Birdsall (who had both had cartoons censored at the Spectator), and Barry Fantoni.
The sports facilities will be contained in a city-wide sports centre and students from Sidney Stringer will have to trog across there to PE lessons, which to me raises safety risks as it's not an enclosed school site.
OED confirms that troch is a Scots dialect form of modern trough, which it defines as a long, narrow, open, box-like vessel, often used to contain water, the Old Scots form being trog.
The Trog Years), which reached its surreally ludicrous nadir when Joan stepped in to replace her very ill daughter on the daytime drama The Secret Storm.
Crawford was in the country filming the horror film, Trog (1970), and Arnold, concerned with the ignominiousness of the situation, tried to interest the press in a photo shoot to publicize Crawford and the film, but by that time no one cared enough to take up the offer.